noun, plural in·tri·gants [in-tri-guh nts; French an-tree-gahn] /ˈɪn trɪ gənts; French ɛ̃ triˈgɑ̃/.
Origin of intrigant
Examples from the Web for intriguant
Thus, though generally esteemed an able diplomatist, he had the cunning of the intriguant, and not the providence of a statesman.Rienzi|Edward Bulwer Lytton
But he was essentially—here is the secret—essentially an intriguant.Godolphin, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
As for Fanny, there was nothing of the intriguant about her.Fanny Herself|Edna Ferber